Archives of Previous Presentations

 

Social Network Analysis for knowledge implementation (and other fun uses)

On March 17, 2016, Dr. Jon Salsberg, Associate Director of Participatory Research at McGill, introduced social network analysis for measuring and influencing stakeholder engagement..

 

 
 

Ruth McMenamin, Anne MacFarlane. 'We all said our say' -People with Aphasia as co-researchers in the development of evaluation criteria for a Conversation Partner Programme: A participatory research study

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Jon Salsberg, Judi Jacobs, Soultana Macridis, Ann C. Macaulay, Alex McComber, Enrique Garcia-Bengoechea, Morrison King, Spencer Moore. A social perspective on ownership and self-determination in participatory research. Poster from CCPH 2014, Chicago.

Poster from Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) 13th Annual Conference, April 30 - May 3, Chicago, Il.

 

 
 

Paula L. Bush, Pierre Pluye, Ann C. Macaulay, Christine Loignon, Gillian Bartlett, Bruce Brown, Jeannie Haggerty, Sharon Parry, Jean-Francois Pelletier, Carol Repchinsky, Michael Wright. What Are the Key Processes Associated with Outcomes of Participatory Research With Health Organizations? A Participatory Knowledge Synthesis

Poster from the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting, 2013..

 

 
 

Macaulay, Ann and Salsberg, Jon and Seifer, Sarena (2013) Quantitative Methods in Participatory Research: Being Sensitive to Issues of Scientific Validity, Community Protection, and the Academic-Community Relationship. In: CU Expo 2013, June 12-15, 2013, Corner Brook, NL, Canada

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Salsberg, Jon and Seifer, Sarena and Macaulay, Ann (2013) Examining the Unexpected and Unintended Outcomes of Community-Based Participatory Research. In: CU Expo 2013, June 12-15, 2013, Corner Brook, NL, Canada

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Dr. Neil Andersson, CIET Canada and Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa

On March 26, 2013, PRAM Welcomed Neil Andersson to present: Community-led trials - a next step for community-based participatory research and randomized control trials?.

 

 
 

Dr. Ian Graham, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), and past Vice-President of Knowledge Translation, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

On February 13, 2013 PRAM welcomed Ian Graham to present: Knowledge Translation: Where are we? And where do we go from here?.

 

 
 

Paula L. Bush, Pierre Pluye, Ann C. Macaulay, Christine Loignon, Gillian Bartlett, Bruce Brown, Jeannie Haggerty, Sharon Parry, Jean-Fran├žois Pelletier, Carol Repchinsky, Michael Wright. What Are the Key Processes Associated with Outcomes of Participatory Research With Health Organizations? A Participatory Knowledge Synthesis

Poster from the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting, 2012.

 

 
 

Dr. Richard Riopelle, MD. Professor and Immediate Past Chair, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery

On October 2, 2012, PRAM welcomed Dr. Richard Riopelle. Topic: Health Transformation: The Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Mobilization Network and the role of Participatory Action Research.

 

 
 

Steven Dunn MA (cand.) & Enrique Garcia, PhD; Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education. Generating progress in adolescent sport participation: A knowledge translation plan bridging research and practice

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Jean-Francois Pelletier, Special advisor, Patient-partner expertise committee, Louis-H. Lafontaine Hospital & Michel Pratte, International Program for Participatory Research in Civic Psychiatry

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David M. Antle, PhD Candidate, Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, McGill

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Jacqueline Tetroe, Senior Advisor, Knowledge Translation and Public Outreach, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

On March 2 2011, PRAM welcomed Jacqueline Tetroe, Senior Advisor, Knowledge Translation and Public Outreach, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), to present and lead a discussion about Integrated Knowledge Translation at CIHR.

 

 
 

Carol Herbert, Dean, Schullich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario

On October 16 2009, PRAM Welcomed Caro Herbert as CFPC Visiting Professor to present: Poisons in the Water: First Nations community-based participatory research partnership .

 

 
 

Geoff Wong, Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, UK

June 16-19, PRAM hosted Geoff Wong to provide training for conducting Realist Synthesis Reviews. For those who were not able to make the 2 or 4 day workshops, Geoff gave a one hour presentation as part of our Participatory Research @ Lunch series..

 

 
 

Richard Hovey, Adjunct Professor, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary. Research Coordinator, Consumers Advancing Patient Safety (CAPS)

On May 8 2009, PRAM Welcomed Richard Hovey to discuss: Philosophically based research approaches: hermeneutics, phenomenology and the art of understanding for enhanced patient safety.

 

 
 

Charles Weijer, Canada Research Chair in Bioethics, Joseph L. Rotman Institute of Science and Values, University of Western Ontario

On March 13, 2009, PRAM welcomed Charles Weijer, Canada Research Chair in Bioethics, Joseph L. Rotman Institute of Science and Values, University of Western Ontario, discussing Ethical Challenges in Knowledge Translation Research.

 

 
 

Nancy Gibson - CIETcanada and Professor Emeritus, Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta

On November 14, 2008, PRAM welcomed Nancy Gibson, CIETcanada and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta. Dr. Gibson discussed Doing Community-Based Research Well: Ethical Challenges and Strategies.

 

 
 

Maria De Jesus - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health

On October 15, 2008, PRAM welcomed Maria De Jesus, Yerby Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. De Jesus presented on Contextual factors and health among diverse, lower-income populations; implications for primary care.

 

 
 

Jon Salsberg - Integrating Knowledge Translation Through Participatory Research

From the 2008 CIHR Summer institute, held June 22-25 in Cornwall, Ontario. The focus of this 7th annual Summer institute was on knowledge translation and translational research. This plenary presentation drew the link between participatory research and "integrated knowledge translation," as defined by CIHR's KT portfolio.

 

 
 

Mary Segal - Institute on Disabilities, Temple University

On June 6, 2008, PRAM welcomed Dr Mary Segal, Research Scientist at the Institute on Disabilities, Temple University. Dr. Segal presented on Participatory Research in Obesity Prevention: The Disability Community Partners with the Academy.

 

 
 

Allen Dietrich - Community and Family Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School & US Preventive Services Taskforce

On March 7, 2008, PRAM welcomed Dr Allen Dietrich, Preofessor of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, and a member pf the US Preventive Services Taskforce. Dr. Dietrich presented his "Thoughts on community engagement when the community is hard to define".

 

 
 

Ian Graham, VP (Knowledge Translation), CIHR

On January 11, 2008, PRAM welcomed Dr. Ian Graham, Vice-President for Knowledge Translation at CIHR. Dr. Graham discussed "Integrated Knowledge Translation at CIHR" to a packed house in the Thomson House Ballroom.

 

 
 

Ann C. Macaulay - Participatory Research in Health Promotion

On March 15 2007, PRAM director, Ann Macaulay was invited to present to the Centre for Health Promotion Studies, University of Alberta.

 

 
 

Lawrence W Green

On October 24, 2006, PRAM welcomed special guest speaker L.W. Green, formerly of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta.

Dr Green, Author of the PRECEDE-PROCEED Ecological Model of Health Program Planning & Evaluation, spoke to us about recent developments in participatory research and health promotion evaluation.

Dr. Green's presentation is available through McGill Podcasts or, through iTunes U Get it at iTunes U
Audio Note: The volume is very low for Dr. Macaulay's introduction (first few minutes) as she was not wearing a microphone. You may wish to skip forward to Dr. Green's presentation which is full volume. We hope to have the original audio re-edited soon. Sorry for the inconvenience

LWG
Lawrence W Green
LWG+ACM
Lawrence W Green & Ann C Macaulay
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